Both the Ferdi and 3Five6 watches are feats of engineering, much in the way the 356 was upon its release in the 1940s.
The 43mm cases are in museum-grade sapphire crystal, the dials are built from surgical grade stainless steel and both work off a Ronda Startech Swiss Movement movement, which Salvatore's Kickstarter exalts as one "of the world's most accurate quartz movements."
The Ferdi option has a conspicuous "Ferdi" logo on the dial while the 3Five6 alternative boasts the clean and muted look you'd expect on a Porsche dashboard.
The buckle on each has a polished top corner edge, much like the hood straps you would find on a vintage Porsche.
Each is available in four different case and accent colors: silver, red, yellow and black. What's more, Salvatore has allowed two strap options: black or "mocha Italian vegetable tanned leather" (coulda just said brown...).
Depending on your choice of quartz or crystal, prices will range from $270 to $542. If enough interest is shown on Kickstarter, these racy timepieces could begin mass production soon.